I'm working on a new banner for a trade show. I want it to fulfill two aims:
communicate to the passerby the benefits of using the service (its a platform that lets people build applications without writing code)
get them excited for the service and give them an avenue to get in touch.
The visible area of the graphic on these stands is 800mm (width) x 2000mm (height). I've completed the top part, and was wondering how to structure the bottom part. Ideally I want a quick 1,2,3 process for using the platform followed by social media, email and website links... along with the company logo. Open to any suggestions.
I'm an avid graphic designer and currently struggling with how to structure these last two sections. Would appreciate any guidance.
A quick legend:
The red area is bleed (10mm) The bleed area extends 10mm beyond the edge of your finished document. Colours and images must extend beyond the edge of the document to prevent unwanted white borders around the edge of your finished document. Note that this ‘bleed’ will be trimmed during the finishing process so ensure that no important details are set up to print in this area The yellow area is a safe area (10mm) it is recommended that your artwork is at least 10mm from the edge of the page if it is not meant to bleed off. Printed borders placed too close to the edge of a page may look uneven when the job is trimmed.
Thanks for your time.